Message from chairman
Message from chairman
In the 20th century, humankind entered the modern world on a global scale. The most prominent feature is the rapid increase in population. It was chemical fertiliser that supported the rapid population growth. Synthetic fertiliser is produced by phosphorus ore and oil.
However, in the 21st century, the restrictions on the phosphorus ore and oil have become clear.
Phosphorus ore is a fossil of dung that birds on Earth once lived. Oil is formed by the fall of ancient forests. Both are “canned time” created by the long history of the earth. Humanity has opened the can of that time. The limits of the canned contents are now visible.
Humankind must hurry to find an alternative to chemical fertiliser.
What are the alternatives to chemical fertilisers?
It can only depend on the excrement of living creatures on the earth and the living plants on the planet.
That is organic fertiliser.
Many experts have pointed out that organic fertilisers are excellent for our bodies and health. This will continue to be demonstrated in the future. Various organic fertilisers are being researched and are beginning to appear in the world.
Humankind should work together in a variety of fields with all efforts.
These challenges are difficult technical challenges that make the energy source of living organisms "canned hundreds of millions of years, tens of thousands of years".
We have overcome this “time”. I got the energy of living creatures. That is organic carbon.
Organic carbon is the energy of life.
Organic carbon is the source of life.
Our organic carbon will reduce the earth. Purify the water area. This natural carbon grows cereals, vegetables and fruit plants in their original healthy form.
Insects do not come to these plants. Insects stop by rotting plants, but not by healthy plants. So pesticides are no longer needed. (Same as a human being)
The mission of organic fertiliser is enormous. It is certain that resources will be tight in future society. It is this organic carbon that supports the sustainable survival of humankind.
We will work with many farmers to demonstrate that this organic carbon can increase food production.
We will continue to support people's health.
We look forward to the participation of many people in our challenge.
Agriculture is a diverse variety. Diverse soil. Various weather has a varied history.
I would like to see the effects of organic carbon in all these diverse fields.
A new challenge has begun for the future of humanity.
Source：Development and practical application system using the sewer
出展：「- A grim earth sciences view - Oin future and war now」
Amos Nur - Professor, Department of Geophysics, Stanford University
Representative Director, Secretary-General of Japan Water Forum,
Doctor (Engineering). Born in 1945